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What causes a streaked appearance to a floor finish?

Streaked appearance of floor finish

Too little polish in mop during application

Scrub and recoat; do not overwork the mop. Avoid using wrung out mops



Use of dirty mop

Be sure mop heads are washed thoroughly before applying finish. Discard


Poor rinsing

If residue has been left on the floor surface or a alkaline stripper was not properly rinsed prior to applying floor finish to streak, re-stripping of the floor will be required


Finish too thick

Apply each coat evenly and thinly. If coat is applied too thick, dry buff with a blue pad and recoat.


Recoating too soon before prior coat has dried properly

If streaking appears after more than three coats of finish have been applied, the most likely cause is “cut in”. This occurs when the top coat of finish appears to be dry enough to apply the next coat, but there is still moisture trapped in the finish firm. If this happens… stop. Do nothing further to the floor until it has had a chance to fully dry, then dry buff the surface with a polish pad and recoat.

What is Drawtuff® Linear Low Density Can Liner?

Drawtuff® Linear Low Density Can Liners has more tear resistant than High Density and Linear Low Density Can Liners of the same thickness. Our film is co-extruded with three layers instead of mono-layer of the typical linear low density liners. Our natural and white-pigmented bags are made from FDA-approved 100% prime resin raw material for superior quality and strength. With HDPE Bi-Fold drawtape, Drawtuff® has more loading capacity than the regular starseal, gusseted, tomato sealed liners:

Co-Extruded Film -- three layers of Linear Low Density films laminated together for even better quality and strength.

INTERLEAVED Coreless Roll -- 98% of our can liners are rolled in groups of number bags per roll. End user can easily dispensing individual liners without tearing. Gauges of 2.5 mil or higher will be perforated.